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Our Hinowa GoldLift 1480 was perfect for both indoor and outdoor work at the Church of St Bartholomew at Crewkerne

No matter how difficult or challenging the site, Prolift Access are here to make sure you get the best possible equipment to work at height safely.

Our extensive hire fleet contains everything from electric pusharound scissor lifts to 135ft telescopic booms, as well as truck and trailer-mounted booms and other specialist powered access equipment.

If you have a job coming up but you’re not sure which machine will best suit your requirements and site conditions, give one of our experts a call.

Recently we delivered one of our B45X Hinowa GoldLift 1480 tracked booms to the Church of St Bartholomew at Crewkerne in Somerset.

Powered access was required for both internal and external work at the church, and our experts were happy to advise on the most suitable equipment for the job.

The GoldLift 1480 is battery-powered so suitable for indoor work, while it’s narrow travelling width and impressive manoeuvrability made it ideal to work around the layout restrictions inside the church.

It can provide working heights of up to 45ft (14m).

Prolift are able to supply ground protection mats and outrigger pads for machines such as these which use stabilisers, as well as transformers and leads to keep the batteries fully charged.

We also have an extensive range of electric scissors and booms with non-marking tyres that are ideal for interior work, while our rough terrain 4×4 machines can tackle the toughest of outdoor conditions.

If you require powered access to be able to work at height safely, but are unsure which machine you need, give your local depot a call.

We can even provide a free site survey, where one of our powered access experts can visit you and recommend our best kit for the job.


  • Wellington – 01823 665902
  • Roche – 01726 890899
  • Ringwood – 01425 470313
  • Bristol – 01173 160490
  • Email – [email protected]

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